Posts tagged ‘soccer’

June 6, 2012

Girls’ Soccer players named All-Publics

Congratulations to the following Girls’ Soccer players for their selection as All-Publics: 

1st team – Megan Wajda

2nd team – Aselia Zamir-Kyzy

Honorable Mention:  Altynai Jantaeva, Astrid Cerrada, Natasha Rebkarets, and Sydney Welsh.                                              ~Coach Falterbauer

 

April 10, 2012

Athletic schedule 4/11-4/21/12

BOYS VARSITY BASEBALL, 4/11, EDISON at HOME, 3:15 PM

GIRLS SOCCER, 4/11, GIRLS HIGH at GRATZ SUPERSITE, 3:15 PM

GIRLS BADMINTON, 4/12, FURNESS at 1900 S. 3RD STREET, 3:15 PM

BOYS TENNIS, 4/12, NORTHEAST at GLENDALE & BLEIGH, 3:15 PM

BOYS VOLLEYBALL, 4/12, NORTHEASTat  HOME, 3:15 PM

GIRLS JV SOFTBALL, 4/12, CENTRALat HOME, 3:15 PM

GIRLS VARSITY SOFTBALL, 4/12, ESPERANZA at FRONT & ERIE, 3:15 PM

TRACK & FIELD, 4/12, BODINE, FITZSIMONS, FLC, IMHOTEP, PALMER, at EDISON, 2:30 PM

BOYS LACROSSE, 4/13, AUDENREID at GRATZ SUPERSITE, 4:45 PM

BOYS VARSITY BASEBALL, 4/13, MASTERMANat 33RD & DIAMOND, 3:15 PM

GIRLS LACROSSE, 4/13, MASTERY CHARTER at NORTHEAST SUPERSITE, 3:15 PM

BOYS VARSITY BASEBALL, 4/16, FRANKFORD at HOME, 3:15 PM

GIRLS LACROSSE, 4/16, GRATZ at GRATZ SUPERSITE, 4:45 PM

GIRLS BADMINTON, 4/17, RHODES at HOME, 3:15 PM

BOYS LACROSSE, 4/17, NORTHEAST at GRATZ SUPERSITE, 3:15 PM

BOYS TENNIS, 4/17, EDISON at 171 W. LUZERNE, 3:15 PM

BOYS VOLLEYBALL, 4/17, FLC at HOME, 3:15 PM

BOYS JV BASEBALL, 4/17, LINCOLN at HOME, 3:15 PM

GIRLS JV SOFTBALL, 4/17, GIRLS HIGH at HOME, 3:15 PM

GIRLS VARSITY SOFTBALL, 4/17, MASTERMAN at 33RD & DAUPHIN, 3:15 PM

BOYS VARSITY BASEBALL, 4/18, FTC at UNRUH & ERDRICK, 3:15 PM

GIRLS SOCCER, 4/18, PAC at HOME, 3:15 PM

GIRLS BADMINTON, 4/19, FELS at 5900 LANGDON ST., 3:15 PM

BOYS VOLLEYBALL, 4/19, ALL PUBLIC TRIALS  TBD, 3:15 PM

BOYS TENNIS, 4/19, CENTRAL at HOME, 3:15 PM

GIRLS VARSITY SOFTBALL, 4/19, PAC at CONWELL & BOULEVARD, 3:15 PM

TRACK & FIELD, 4/19, COMM TECH, E&S, GERMANTOWN, HOPE CHARTER, MASTERMAN at GERMANTOWN SUPERSITE, 2:30 PM

BOYS VOLLEYBALL, 4/20, ALL PUBLIC PRACTICE TBD, 3:15 PM

BOYS VARSITY BASEBALL, 4/20, GAMP at HOME, 3:15 PM

GIRLS SOCCER, 4/20, MASTERMAN at 42ND & PARKSIDE, 3:15 PM

BOYS LACROSSE, 4/21, GRATZ CHARTER at GRATZ SUPERSITE, 11:45 AM

GIRLS LACROSSE, 4/21, GIRLS HIGH at NORTHEAST SUPERSITE, 11:45 AM

March 27, 2012

Athletic schedule 3/28-3/31

3/28, BOYS VOLLEYBALL, E & S, Home at 10175 BUSTLETON AVE., 3:15 PM

3/28, BOYS TENNIS, FRANKFORD, Home at 10175  BUSTLETON AVE., 3:15 PM

3/28, GIRLS SOCCER, CENTRAL, Home at 10175 BUSTLETON AVE., 3:15 PM

3/28, GIRLS VARSITY SOFTBALL, CAPA, Home at 10175 BUSTLETON AVE., 3:15 PM

3/28, BOYS VARSITY BASEBALL, CENTRAL, Away at 15TH AND SUMERVILLE, 3:15 PM

3/28, GIRLS JV SOFTBALL, FRANKFORD, Away at SIMPSON PLAYGROUND ARROTT AND LARGE, 3:15 PM

3/28, TRACK AND FIELD, RUSH, BODINE, RHODES, LINCOLN, MASTBAUM, OVERBROOK, Away at LINCOLN, 2:30 PM

3/29, GIRLS LACROSSE, VAUX, Away at SOUTH PHILA SUPERSITE, 4:45 PM

3/29, GIRLS BADMINTON, FLC, Away at 616 N. 15TH STREET, 3:15 PM

3/29, GIRLS VARSITY SOFTBALL, GIRLS HIGH, Away at 15TH AND OLNEY DRIVEWAY, 3:15 PM

3/30, BOYS LACROSSE, DEL VAL, Away at GERMANTOWN SUPERSITE, 4:45 PM

3/30, BOYS JV BASEBALL, EDISON, Home at 10175 BUSTLETON AVE., 3:15 PM

3/30, GIRLS SOCCER, FTC, Away at TORRESDALE AND DEVEREAUX RD., 3:15 PM

3/31, GIRLS LACROSSE, NORTHEAST, Away at GERMANTOWN SUPERSITE, 11:45 AM

March 20, 2012

Athletic schedule 3/21-3/24

Boys volleyball, 3/21, Play Day, at E & S, 3:15 PM

Boys lacrosse, 3/23, Mastery-Shoemaker, at Gratz Supersite, 4:45 PM

Boys volleyball, 3/23, Lincoln, at Rowland & Vista, 3:15 PM

Girls soccer, 3/23, Bodine, at Rhawn & State Rd, 3:15 PM

Girls lacrosse, 3/24, Del Val, at Germantown Supersite, 11:45 AM

October 12, 2011

Athletic schedule 10/13-10/25/11

SPORT

DATE

OPPONENT

LOCATION

V FIELD HOCKEY 10/13 NE
GLENDALE & BLEIGH
BOYS JV SOCCER 10/13 FTC Home
GIRLS VOLLEYBALL 10/14 PALUMBO
1100 CATHERINE
V FIELD HOCKEY 10/14 FTC Home
V FOOTBALL 10/14 NE Home
GIRLS VOLLEYBALL 10/17 SAUL Home
V FIELD HOCKEY 10/18 RHODES Home
JV FOOTBALL 10/18 G-TOWN Home
BOYS JV SOCCER 10/18 LINCOLN
ROWLAND & TUDOR
GIRLS VOLLEYBALL 10/19 CENTRAL Home
V FIELD HOCKEY 10/20 CENTRAL 15TH & OLNEY 
V FOOTBALL 10/22 FRANKFORD NE SUPERSITE **
JV FOOTBALL 10/25 FRANKFORD LARGE & DYRE

All games begin at 3:00 pm except as noted. 

** game time 6:00 pm

May 2, 2011

Athletic activities 5/2-5/14

April 5, 2011

Athletic schedule 4/4-4/9/11

ATHLETICS ACTIVITIES

March 28, 2011

Athletic schedule 3/28-4/2/11

Activity

October 18, 2010

Eagles Face-Off with the Lancers!

 by Princess Kollie, Class of 2012

George Washington High School–undefeated soccer champion for three years in a row–almost defeated Central High School on September 27, 2010, when a goal was missed by senior Chea Fineboy, who is known for his outstanding performance in last year’s championship game. The game started with tension because both schools have distinguished honors in soccer.  Therefore, there was no way either team was going home as losers or tied– one team had to go home in victory.

In the first half of the game, Central scored, making the score 1-0, but the Washington Eagles stuck with junior Wilo Mimbar, former student of Bensalem High School, who made his way into Central’s pole, making the score 1-1.  Wilo Mimbar reminds us of Fineboy when he first started playing for Washington last year. Fineboy’s speed is what made him outstanding in the eyes of his fellow teammates and school, but it looks like we have ourselves two fine boys on the field this year.  Who knows?  This new kid Wilo Mimbar might be the new kid Fineboy with the ball on his feet.

Still in the first half, Washington and Central battled on the field back and forth.  From one end to the other, as I observed the game, I could see the determination of the Washington players striving to score again.  They played together as a team, keeping in mind that Central can’t beat them.  The ball was then passed to Chea Fineboy.  The talented player dribbled down the field towards the Central defender and made his way to their goal, where he kicked it like Beckham straight into the goal.  Fineboy, filled with joy, ran to one of his fellow teammates, hugging with victory.  At the same time, the girls of Washington screamed Fineboy’s name, and his sister, Sankie Fineboy, lead the crowd of girls in cheering Washington on,  “G-DUB got it in, Fineboy Score!”  My observations left me thinking these girls are cheerleaders in their own way.  The support they provided for their school had parents of Central players looking over at the bench in amazement.  In fact, a parent from Central said, “Wow!  These girls got school spirits.”

G-DUB “got it in” for most of the game.  Washington’s goalie played well and had a clear view of the ball whenever Central tried to score.  Eventually, the goalie must have lost concentration when Central scored again, making the score 2-2.  This was a devastating blow to Washington morale.  It was as though winning was no longer an option for both schools.  Unbelievably, some of Washington’s players seemed to give up in a short amount of time, but their coach, Coach Reid, continued to encouraged them to not quit.  As I looked over at Coach Reid, I could see his expression was calm and relaxed; he still had faith in his players.

As the clock ticked away, Washington’s speed decreased; the players were getting weak.  Unnecessary passes were made that could have lead Central to victory, and fans were getting impatient.  Central’s Coach was screaming at the top of his lungs.  Washington’s goalie wasn’t going to let Central score, not on his watch.  Finally, Washington got hold of the ball and made its way towards Central’s goal when the ball was unexpectedly passed to Chea Fineboy.  Fineboy fought for possession of the ball for a while, then broke free of the players surrounding him in front of the goal.  As he kicked the ball into the goal, the fans rose cheering from their seats, but Fineboy fell on his knees with his hands on his head.  The referee brought it to our attention that the ball went outside of the pole and not in it.  Sadly, the fans sat back down and Fineboy walked away from the goal in despair.  The game ended with a tie between Washington and Central, and as both teams shook hands, some Washington players had their heads down in shame.  One of the players said it was a tough game, but the missed goal by Fineboy is what broke his heart.

I’m Princess Kollie,  junior at George Washington High School, and I must admit I have never seen such a challenging game played until now!  Let’s hope history repeats itself and Washington makes it to the championship this year.

September 28, 2010

Athletic schedule 9/28-10/1/10

BOY’S JV SOCCER 9/28 RUSH H Home
GIRL’S VOLLEYBALL 9/28 MASTBAUM A FRANKFORD & CLEMENTINE
JV FOOTBALL 9/28 OVERBROOK H Home
VAR FIELD HOCKEY 9/28 LINCOLN H Home
BOY’S VAR SOCCER 9/29 LINCOLN A RYAN & SACKETT
GIRL’S TENNIS 9/29 GIRL’S HIGH A HAINES & ARDLEIGH
VAR FIELD HOCKEY 9/30 FRANKLIN TOWNE A 4131 UNRUH AVE.
CROSS COUNTRY 9/30 MEET A BELMONT PLATEAU
GIRL’S TENNIS 10/1 MASTERMAN H Home
GIRL’S VOLLEYBALL 10/1 GIRL’S HIGH H Home
VAR FOOTBALL 10/1 BARTRAM A 58th  & GRAYS